Going to San Lazaro is a day of celebration, a moment to do good on your promises to the saint or ask him for health & physical wellbeing.
This tribute has been paid by intellectuals, independent artists, abakuas, researchers, rumberos and supporters, ever since 2006.
We know who is trying to put their foot down for social progress and to hold onto the value of human life above different socio-political systems.
It appears that the number of infected (which has been steadily increasing up until now) could grow exponentially, like it has in other countries,
Word on Havana’s streets is that as temperatures increase, the Coronavirus won’t be able to infect us: “It won’t get us…” I’ve heard people say.
“The Art of Living” came to Cuba in 2015 for the first time and it already has some followers, especially in Havana.
#La Bandera es de Todos is an initiative that called upon people to question this idea of patriotic symbols and the new law in their regard. (11 photos)
The first ever Star Wars conference took place here in Havana on Saturday August 24th. Stories that refuse to die. Introduction to Star Wars Expanded Universe, a conference chaired by Mario Jorge Toirac Marrero and Victor Gonzalez Companioni. (15 photos)
Although it has not belonged to our traditional baggage, the fiesta for the Pachamama in the Cuban capital joins the celebration of the great land, America, for prosperity, for life and good for all. (7 photos)
Evolving from a first work and making more complex the expression of his thought – Cuban artist Jose Clemente Gascon Martinez brings us his new abstract painting exposition: “The Redundancy of the Pendulum”. The show is up through Sunday July 14th, at the Fajad Jamis Gallery in Alamar on the outskirts of Havana. (20 photos)